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Kucing Aku

Nie la kucing baru kat rumah aku~~
beliau nie sgt aktif
walaupun beliau feminine~~

aku main game pun dier nk tgk

tengok, makin rapat lak dier


  1. kucing excited.

    kucing aku, aku bawak ke laptop, buat bodo. memang masalah betul. muka takde reaksi. muka takde nafsu.

    ok, aku jeles kau ada kucing yang excited dengan teknologi.

  2. aku blom bagi lagi dier try sentuh controller

    aku bg rubic cube dier main


  3. ni buat aku rasa nak culik je kucing kau nih! argh!!

    p/s: jaga-jaga sket. kucing ni betina. kau jgn wat pape plak! :D

  4. selagi x kantoi yg ko culik, culik aa


    so aku xleh nk tuduh ko~~

    aku xnk aa ader species baru muncul kat dunia nie...

  5. aku baru perasan sumting.
    pahal almari baju tak tutup?
    saje nak tayang baju banyak ke?
    ni aku panas nih. aku pon tak banyak baju cam ko!

  6. haha aku rase dia interested la dgn gameplay P4 tu. haha best giler tuan gamer kucing pun gamer.

  7. syaza - tu aa pasal~aku pun pelik naper dier comel sgt.hehe

    farahin - owh~itu disebabkan beliau suker nyorok dalam almari.hehe

    rayza - nanti aku bg aa dier try main.hehehe

  8. excitednye kucing ko.. tgk bulu ekor die dh kembang2 dh..
    (er.. ke mmg naturalisasinya kembang??)

  9. owh mmg gitu

    comel kan?

    family aku syg giler kat dier

    aku jer yg kurang kesah


  10. eh ble plak ko ni seorg yg menyayangi binatang?
    x penah taw plak aku

  11. at least aku lagi penyayang aa dari ko



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